Developed for McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), this course aims to help participants understand Quebec's law and the MUHC protocol on the use of physical restraints and its SAFE framework, as well as identify risky behaviours and put in place unplanned intervention in high risk situations.
Miriam Foundation – Support Worker Training Program
The Support Worker Training Program is a unique and comprehensive program that provides participants with the many critical skills needed in order to work with children with developmental disabilities.
Logistec – Occupational Health and Safety
Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety is an online course that teaches the regulation for Canada and the United States to prevent, act and correct events that may put in risk employee’s health and security.
Humanitarian U courses help humanitarian workers be more competent, prepared and effective, thereby increasing their own safety and enhancing their ability to deliver outstanding care in situations of crises, epidemics and disasters.
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The art of stimulating the nursing clinical reasoning
This training is designed for nurses involved in the preceptorship as they are called to accompany student nurse or nurse debutante in clinical settings.
HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
This course provides an interdisciplinary survey of the major issues and challenges raised by HIV/AIDS
Brain and Behaviour
This course is an introduction to the biological bases of behaviour.
This course examines some of the central problems in biomedical ethics.